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Panel 2 shruti rai bhardwaj (india)
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Panel 2 shruti rai bhardwaj (india)
Panel 2 shruti rai bhardwaj (india)
Panel 2 shruti rai bhardwaj (india)
Panel 2 shruti rai bhardwaj (india)
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  • 1. E-Waste Management in India: Dr. Shruti Rai Bhardwaj Joint Director Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Govt. of India EPR Prospective
  • 2. Regulations in India Hazardous Waste (Management, Handling and Transboundary Movement) Rules, 2008 The E-Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011 {Came in to force from 1st May 2012}
  • 3. The objective is to ensure environmentally sound management of E-waste generated from the end of life electrical and electronic equipment. Applicable to IT and telecommunication equipment and Consumer electrical and electronic equipment E-Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 2011
  • 4. Extended Producer Responsibility Producers to ensure collection of e-waste and it’s channelization to registered dismantler or recycler. Finance, and organize a system to meet the costs. The producer may choose to establish such a system either individually or by joining a collective scheme. Obtain Authorization for EPR from the specific SPCBs
  • 5. Stakeholders in E-Waste Rules Producer Consumer or bulk consumer Collection centre Dismantler Recycler Regulators
  • 6. Bulk consumer- e-waste is channelized to authorized collection centers or registered dismantlers or recyclers or is returned to pick- up or take back services provided by the producers Recyclers/dismantlers- To obtain authorization and registration from the State Pollution Control Board State pollution Control Board- grant of authorization and registration; and ensuring compliance. Roles & Responsibilities of other stakeholders
  • 7. Challenges New concept with limited experience; Capacity building of various stakeholders; Availability of technology for dismantlers/recyclers; Identification of the end of life electrical and electronic equipment.
  • 8. Thank You Dr. Shruti Rai Bhardwaj Joint Director Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change Govt. of India Email: shruti.rai@nic.in

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